ST. GEORGE OF MERRIE ENGLAND
In the darksome depths of a thick forest lived Kalyb
the fell enchantress. Terrible were her deeds,
and few there were who had the hardihood to sound
the brazen trum...
With characteristic forthrightness, Flora Annie Webster Steel begins her autobiography, The Garden of Fidelity (1929), with the words "Of course I was born; everyone is." She then proceeds to detail f...
At the end of the nineteenth century Flora Annie Steel's short stories and novels of Indian and Anglo-Indian life established her reputation as Rudyard Kipling's only serious rival. The comparison w...